Tremolo Guitars: Examples of Guitars with Tremolo Bridges
These guitars are not for sale. They are guitars that I've shot over the course of a number of years. They are here as examples of guitars that have tremolo/vibrato bridges.
Duesenberg TV Pearl Guitar
This Duesenberg TV Pearl Guitar utilizes a proprietary vibrato unit that appears to be based on the classic Bigsby style vibrato unit. Although not appropriate for heavy metal dive-bombing, this unit enables beautiful traditional vibrato.
Ibanez 10th Anniversary JEM Guitar
This anniversary issue guitar features a Low Pro Edge Tremolo. The Ibanez 10th Anniversary JEM Guitar also boasts a beautifully engraved pickguard and headstock overlay.
Jackson Randy Rhoads JS Series Guitar
The Jackson Randy Rhoads JS Series Guitar features a licensed Floyd Rose Tremolo is a lower cost bolt-on version of the RR1 guitar. Jackson build great guitars on both the high and low end of the price spectrum.
Gretsch Chet Atkins Guitar
The Gretsch Chet Atkins guitar is a country/rockabilly style guitar. The vibrato unit on the back is just about the simplest of all, a classic Bigsby Vibrato.
BC Rich Gunslinger Guitar
This Gunslinger sports a licensed FLoyd Rose Tremolo also. BC Rich was perhaps the most prolific of all gutiar companies when it comes to design. Some of the most aesthetically pleasing guitars ever built have come out of the BC Rich factory.
BC Rich Warlock Guitar
This warlock with custom paint sports a licensed Floyd Rose Tremolo. This NJ Series Warlock is neck-through-body construction.
Burns Dream Guitar
The Burns Dream guitar in all gold. This guitar was originally marketed as a limited run of 50, but strong demand caused Burns to create more than the promised limited run of 50.
Ibanez Petrucci Picasso Guitar
A Low Pro Edge Tremolo graces this John Petrucci art guitar named for the master Picasso.
EVH Wolfgang Special Guitar
An EVH Drop-D Tremolo graces this Wolfgang Special guitar by Peavy.